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The Daily ?STews.
TUESDAY kORNlNG. MAY- 8, 186fl.
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BOSTON-Per b-lg Trenton-aS,COO feet Pitch Pint
Timber, 0000 ftot Sawo 1 Pino Lumber.
The Clmrleston Cotton Market.
Tho Cotton market possessed but llttlo animation yea
terday, the purchasers appearing Indifferent, and the
transactions were consequently confined to about IOC
bales at unchanged price?, say :
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.34 to 36 per lb.
ow Middling.37 to- .? ..
Middling.39 to 30 - "
Strict Middling.31 to - y ?.
Good Middling.-;.32 to- " ?
Mobile DlnrUet. , -,.,..
' MOBILE, May 3.-COTTON -A good demand has ox
isted to-day amongst few buyers, with Factors olaiming
full ratos and carolofs Bellera. Notwithstanding tho
limited supply aid poor quality offering. 3200 bales
oha cod bauds, tho market closing firm at 33 to 33o for
.MoxKfABT AND FINANCIAL.-The supply of all linda of
Exchange is, rather on the declino and with market a
little lower than i esterday.
Thoro ia a good demand for Sterling, at 183 to IS3, and
market well supplied.
Wo npto BJ moderato business in Gold, with prices
depressed in consequence of tho New York advices, at
130 to 136. ; <
I New York Sight, Rank* continuo to check at >i pre
mium, and rates outeidn per to }? premium.
Short Sight ii to M discount.
- Francs 4 36-very llttlo doing.
Now Orleans-Bight, par.
; NE Vf ORLEANS,
noticed in the market yesterday has boen still more
manifest to-day, the same grades and salea of cotton
having boen aold at a difference of fully 3d per lb. Strict
Ordinary to good Ordinary sold at 39c, agreeing pretty
nearly with our-qnotation of 37- to .38?- fqr .Ordinary;
Good Ordinary ax 39 and 30o, and StricrOood Ordinary
at 81, according with our quotations of 30 to 31o for
Good Ordmary to,8?riot Good Ordinary^ Liverpool Mid
dling at 34 >i and '86, and Middling at-MX. Havre
figures Indicate little variation, but the general coarse
?of tho market wes In favor b1 buyers. ' Both the demand
and the aupply offering were limited, and the eales were
confined to 900 bales, eight brokera participating in the
bnalnoas. We quote Ordinary at 37 to 38o; Good Ordi
nary at 30 to 31o ; Low Middling at S3 to 34c, and Mid
dling at 38c.
BTATBMJCKT OP COTTO?T.
Stock on hand 1st Sept, 1865.bales. .83,389
Received to-day. 3.385
>-very iiiuu aoiug.
IS-Sight, par. , ... -. .
New Orle alni l?k?Uetl * ?TO y'>
??N8, May 3-?cWoW:-The irregularity
Cleared to-day. note
?Hearod pfaVlousiy.,U,.. 6io,M14 ,
Stock on hand..-.155,049
BUHAR AND MOLASSES.-lhere have not boen any re
ceipts since yesterday, but tho market le well snpplled
With both foreign and domestic prodnoilops. ,There is
no demand, however, and only a very alow and small
retail business Is dolag at 7 to 9c f* lb for Inferior Lou
isiana Sugar, I0@12o for common to good common, 18X
?314XC for fair to fully fair, 16@16Xo for prime, 15K
?4) cents for choice. 13JW@13X cents tor No. 13 Uuba
Sugar, l3?i@14o tar No. 14. and loo ?& ? for No. 16. A
choice lot of 13 hb'da fully fair Louisiana Sugar brought
16>?o f) lb, an outside prie?, and a cargo of 300 hbds
F/orto Bien sold in lot?, during the past few days, at 1$X
??l*kc ? lb. .:<<.?
Molasses is retailing at 48S53c V gallon for Cuba. A
lot of 34 lihda sold at 039. Cuba Is quoted by the cargo
at 42f?45o, and Louisiana is quoted at wholeealo at 45@
50a ^ gallon , - ,
WKSTEBN Poonana AXD Paovisiaas.-Tho excitement
noticed yesterday has subsided. There was not much
demand to-day for round lota of Produce and Provi
sions, but a very active jobbing trade has boon done at
yesterday's prices. We rwer.to ths fpllojyiiig remarks
for full particular? of the market: l?S > J ..
FLOUR-Superflue and extra aro in decided request,.
-but operations are restricted by light supplies. The
sales to-day wero confluid to 1809 bbls , of willoh 350on
its merits and 324 choice extra on private term . ; 380
fine at $7 35; 60good finest $8 13 )i; 109 low superfine
at f 8 35; 113 on its merits at $9 ?5; 60 low extra et
$10 50; 160 good extra at til; 100 doftt f li &%Xi and 6u
?nd 100 good tit-a at $ 13 per bbl. Superfino le retailing
freely at $8 76 to $9 pur bbl.
Oom?.-The demand ia fair, but then? have been large
receipts, and prices are lower. The soles to-day em
brace 6500 aaoks, of which Omi yellow at SI 03; 1000 yel
low and yellow mixed ut KI o3*?; 6?0 and 8u0 white, and
2000 yellow and-White ?t SI 05; 7000 whitn at $1 07; and
W8 at 41 08 per bushel; showing1 a' declino O? 3o per
bushol Hinco yesterday.
0$Ts-The market 1?* rather dull, and in some in
stances prices are lo per bushel lower than they were
yesterday. The salee embrsoo 1600 eaoks, of which. J60
and lOOd sacks at 86c, and 76 and 360 Choice at 680 por
BBAK-There Is very little on hand, bit buyers are
holding off. and only 125 Hacks have been sold at $1 30
.per bushel.' J . :. ' i . . '
HAT-A lot of 1300 bales prime Western sold at $36 60
per ton, which is about the i egular price for round lots.
BACON-Isla li/lu supply and In request.: A lot of
34 tierces sugar cured hams sold at 33o per lb. Healers
are supplying the demand at 14.Sc per lb for shoulders,
17c for ribbed sidos, 18>? to 19c for clear sides, and 34o
for sugar cured hams,
POBK- The market ia quiet, but steady and firm.
With a gord retail demand for Mess at $31 60 per bbl.
GRBBN MBATS.-Dealers aro retailing shoulders at 11 y,
?.; aides 14o. and barns I4(3)i5c. ^ lb.
LAUD-Thor? have not been any sales of round lots;
yesterday's were at 3lc. % Va. for prime in tierces. It
is retailing at 31 ??o. in tierces, and 33o. in kegs.
MALT.-The market, is well stocked and very dull.
Canada is rotoiUng at $1 90, and Western at $1 C5 "&
100 lbs. ,
* BOTTBB AND CHEESE.-Choico Western Butter is
acareo andln request. O' mmou and Western is plenty
and dull. Cheese la in Mr aupply and demand. North
ern Butter is selling at 4"@06c.; Western 3l@43c. <ft lb.
Cheese 22o. ? lb.; English Dalry 27c.
WHISK'KT,-Western roctlfled is retailing at $2 20?
3 35 per gallm.
INDIA BAQOINO.-Round lots may bo quoted at 27@
37^?o. per yard, It la retailing at 26c. per yard lu roils
and 38o: in bales.
BALZ BOPE.-There is no demand for round lots, bnjt
aomo at retail, which dealers are supplying at lC>io.
V re. ;.-> i i. H ?IfI j?.i li'; I <
SAXT.-^Dealers'are?uppljJnp? the /demand for the in
terlor at $1 75 to $1 SO per sack .for Liverpool coatao,
and $1 85 to $1 00 lor.?ue. . . , ..' i
OorFBB.-The merket is dqll and prices, In ourrenoy,
. ire aailec, ?#lpg M tho d^l??Hn'ftohLj bntj .no.tanfita
blyao. Dealers are supplying the demand for' the
country at 36 to 37K0 per lb., ourrency, for ordinary to
hONDntxs.-PaUtoes ?art ' selling at $3 60 to $3 75,
Onions $3 to $3 60. Apples $B to $8 per bbl. Eggs $18 to
$20 per bbl, Chickens $10 per dozen, Goose $11, and
- FaaionTU.-The? ruarkotcobtinuos dull; both (foreign,
and coastwise Sailing vessels for New York are taking
rates for Boston are about the esme. The rates for
Liverpool are 9-16 to f,'d per lb for Cotton, by sail, and
Mern ph I B Market.
MEMPHIS, Hey A-? P. ' M-The New York die
' Sic." Out oottodVolders wero not InflH?oWbyTble
and other similar dismal telegrams; bnt although buy
era engaged in e brisk enquiry, and to some extent in
creased their offe log rates, tboy held their lists, out of
market',, lpblingf for Ward to*n|eri c-B batter prices. The
small loti that were disposed' of Iwoire/generally at the
outside figures of our quotations. The oontlnued stea
dy decrease, in receipts, the decreased probability tat
.. the war In Europe, and the unfortunate probability of
- ? yet further ove??o> belown?f fa?Vo fil do"it?Oln*d'to in
creado the confidence of hoblers in cotton, leading them
.' toboilovo' -that, wbilo Manahoato4is,flllexl with boav
' orders, yeihoid back .and Wterisivacbntfaols toeoitrs
of execution, while, the spinuQra have low stocks, wail
iiiR for the turd M yecelpM bo/orp, bn#ngj cotton niiist
go beyond present rates, and do BO to an important'ex
tent. Tho folio wini/ Is a summary of th? eales reported
? to us; .11 .bales at. 20o; 11 at 23?, repacked; 37 at 35o,
g?odc?clnary] 4 at26c ?low mlddUrigV'$7 at jl7?,l?6u 42
at 38o,fmladllQg;120 et 39o,;mlddUo?; .6aat30c, sUlotto
goodT?lddUng; 12 at 80c; BtWot nMduSgni I
BALTIMORE, May'4'-?-Cor>-KK-Yesterday thora waa
?resale ?t.of the-Lnnwlng's cargo of COO bsgaBiolat
30'i'i, Jay sa ti a or3300 bags, balance of Clifton's
carno, and 1300 do, balance of Lapwing's cargo, both bn
private torms; to go Weet. The stock in first hands!is
T?d?oed W 69 0 bags Rio. We quote common to ohotoe'
Bid 10X@20>ic; Legueyre 19>i@31o, and Java email@example.com
.-4V>14?>0 .i... - ? :i .- f,H| -, ? i ' : ,
CiiKEaB-^qpply and domand both light; we quoto
Fionn -Yesterday, but not befpro report?d1,' 105 btils.
*<BAe34?,?9rtl>? ?"tern Extra at $ 10 76 per bbL Tp-day
were confined to Jobbing: lots, and at prices within our
? 4Wdt?tEx^tjo$9 35;do Kxtra^ahJeplug 10 tofJofiO;
-dorsialllng 10 75 to $1160^?dFatoWlT^$t4t fforth
westem Super S 60 to. $8 75; City Mills Bupor c' to
rflelO?mU? ?16; doliiah gTiSeeExftr|?4 per t?bl.
: RyeVlntir.? new. 4 ft io $Ts & ' Cora 'MAal-~Cltj tullis
andBmnajfwino $4 35 p.r bM?'! JAJIt?TJ?fO TY 1
- ?Tliofoli?iwlijgar?tbol?si>ocUdn'?'.ofiFlobV*iia Heei)
In the city of Baltimore fir thd wook ending Um 8,
?'?IM;->Ttai:MloV?Vd;i(ii?t>' W?fbbl.^ ?ItyTsTllate?o
i' bWe'and WMK?btile;!Ohio,*3910uhtoj ana iamilf; CM
bbbv-tolal Wheel Flour, 9310 bbls end 99 half bbls.
Togothor with 90 bbJs Bye flour, aadtf boas and Sid
bul? Corn Meat. :.? ^T ?*T r .
OiurH.-fWheat-Only Otobush?lSrod offered and sold
at u cato a 70. tho latter for a Small lot or prime
Pennsylvania; Milwaukee Is quoted at $2 lo $2 05. Wo
bear of eales st Now York for Baltimore account at $1 07
per bushel. Corn was In light supply: offerings oDly
(000 bupuol?; iududod in the aalrs were 1000 busbe's
white at HS to 8G cents and 800 hushels yellow at 88 oimta
per bushoL Oats- 6(0 lui'bola ouly received and fsold
at (37 ci nls weight. Rye-Wo report a sale of 130 bushels
Maryland at 81 cento per buahol.
MoLAMEa-Nothing dol? g to-day.
PROVISIONS-The market to-day was.very strong; de
mand for Bocqn quite bilak, DU hhds Shoulders, lu lots,
atlStf tol3j?c; and Sides aro firm at IG Ko-stock of
both (shoulder? and Sides light. Hulk Moats are firmer;
wo report a eale of 70 casks Shoulders at 12 '.c, co do at
12,Ko; Hides held nt 16 to 15^c; Hams in sugar pickle
aro quoted at 17Ja to 18o; 130 casks sold yesterday at
the latter price. Mesa Pork is scarce and helu at tt'j
Bick-Rangoon is quoted at 8 76 to $9 26; none in
Oral haids. A smaU involco of Carolina sold at 11K?
SUUAU.-Qrocory grades wero in demand to-day, with
.sales of 119 hhds Porto Rico at 11?^ to 13 & couts, latter
for choice; 16 blain Cuba at IO?; cents, and 63 hhds fair
English Island at 10X cents per lb. ' ''- '
HALT.-Market ntl changed, With fair jobbing demand.
Wo quote Liverpool Grouud Alum at $1 76; Marshall's
and Worthington'? Fine $8 2 J;'other brands less known
$2 1)5 to. $3 10 per Back. Turks Island steady at 00 cerita
per bushel for lots fr<-m store.
Win?*KI -Thero was sold yesterday, but not before
reported, 100 bbls Western on private terms. Market to?
day firm at $3 28 to $2 27 por gallo.i for largo and small
lots. I i J " JAtJlXlil .
,, ',,. :, \ HOBST HABJfBT., V, ,'.*' ,' I
Tho .'Finan dal Article of the Now York Times, of Sat-,
unlay, tho fith instant,, taya: ( '? i
The Gold sp?culation' was' spiritless to-day.' Tho
liberal interest.disbursements from the Government
Office add largely to tho aval lab) 6 supply, making tbe
article not worth tho smallest'fraction more, for imme
diate delivery, even on speculative account, than tri the
regular way. Tho heavy oof o reservo 10 ' the Treasury
vault? ($7i),67G,<07. on the 1st instant, exclusivo of the
May lutormt appropriations},'and the ?toady accumula
tloo In progress from the custom revenues,'.aro deolded
ly in tbs way of "bull" operations: ' The extreme figure?
of the day were lVlfi&l SiJtJ abd the oloslngt?riod 127 Jf,
or three-eighths of one peri oeOt off yesterday's latest
quotallon. Tho rocolpts from Custom duties vroro uri
uiuatly heavy, reaching $808,000, and making tho total
for flvo days of tho current week 92,726,000, or equal to
a dally average or 1645.200, .which. Would put the whole
woek'? lacarno up to ?3,271,200. The foreign exchange
market ia yioMiup- a little, under s more lib ?. rsl offering
of prim1: ?mu* and a iesa urgent inquiry, especially
from th J importing Interest. Bankers' sixty-day ster
ling bills closed heavily at I09??.
The more extensive movements at the Stock Boards
led to greater activity In call loans, ; which, ho wovor,
were freely supplied at. tho ruling figures of .6 per coat
per annum, to all first-olsss houses furnishing Govern
ment and other prime ooUtierala? .To tho largo .dealers
lu the pnbllo funds, money was offered In heavy sums
at ?too per cent, B?u orally at-th1!? minimum rate, which
was the highest price thoy had any real need of paying.
The dlioount market presented no really new features.
The cub. balance in the Sub-Treasury this evesing waa
$93,218,142, on, receipts during the day of $1,430,660,
against disbursements of $1,303,471. ' Th'e? issus of Gold
Certificates waa $813,000. J j
HEW YORK, May a -Cpnoir.-The market is
dull, bat prices ' rather hardening. Sales 1000 bales st
MK@3?o for Middlings. t
The following lo from the circular of Speyers, Chap
man a Co. :
The receipts of Cotton at the ports of tho United
States have been aa follows:
Week ?ndlng May 1,,. 33.000
Previously aipoo September 1, 1865....1,073,000
Total (Inoe September 1.1,700,000
From close of war to September 1,1866. 410,000
, rho receipts, exports? and stocks-, at the- principal
ports of tho United a tates, at latest date?, Wera.as lol
lbwsr-i1 ..? -. i.-.? '?.IM-^TIV- Vr^jn?iu wJ??
Receipts Exporta Stocks,
?loee 8opt. 1. since Sept. 1.
New York, Mayl..788,900
New Orleans, May 1.684.7U0
Mobile. April 28_.384 800
Galvoaton, April 21..164.000
Savannah. April 27-.211,0(10
ObarlHton. April 27.81,900
Apolacliicola, April 11.102,200
(ThqrocalptH and' exporto iff?adH Coastwise ahlp
-'??rt?j Which Included foreign
meatjk Bxqfcpt Neif, Yorkoxport?
The labor question at the South has become a mnch
moro serious matter than even the most d ubtlng
sceptic apprehended. Accounts reach u? daily from all
section? of the country, of the inertness of the froed
men.akd their total unrollanlllty ; that .they are easly
enties?lo run away from/engagements; by pro a la- n
and brlbory, to undertake new employment in other
States, so strong is their natural di?po?ition to migrate;
bonos few ?.lautere place re? anco on steady support
from any of tuelr bauds, but merely depend from day
to day on Int.rnal labor.
Under such circumstances, what hopes eau plan'.ers
at the South have that they will be able to cultivate their
already circumscribed farms, when they lock the force
ncccBswy now tu check the grass and words, which this
season very naturally spring op in greater proportion
than usual, on account of tho land having been Idle
:unl unfilled for a ling time or, worse than either, from
having been planted in Corn T
Crovasaos of great magnitude have occurred at various
points ou tho iilssi-slppi river, and have done sorlous
misohltf to tho growing crops, and others are now pre
vailing to an alarming extent on the Qucblta and Yazoo
rivers, com ilctely inundaUng and submerging thou
sands of acres of the vory best cotton lands, all of which
were counted upon with certainty to form no small pro
portion Of our ostlmate of 1,600,000 bales. Wo aro
naturally more watchful this year of the river lands,
from tbs simple foot that too' Froodmen 'crowd to tho
seaboard and rivers in greater forres, and aro' more
easily induced to work iu these sections than on'the up
lands, or lu the interior of the country. Indeed, wo
know of onl / two States, Mississippi and Toxas, where
the InUrlor can be counted upou with any show of io
liability for more than one-fourth crop.
Our market during the past week ha? boen firm, but
inaotlve. Receivers bf Cotton consider they have an
article which, sooner or later, must, under all circum
stances, command very high prices, and they can find
no new Investment equal to what thov expect to realize,
iu commissions and lnturcet on cotton's enhanced value.
But little money now Is required to move the small
amount which has to come for wari), hence the prospect
for SO active demani fur capital is doubtful ami distant.
We look, therefore, for this market to advance, even io
the faco of .such, accounts ss we have beep receiving
from liverpool, atSisted somewhat by reduction of
stocks, and the fact that our spinners are not over-sup
Basaos?;*?*.-The market was firmer for Hour and
W"*at;bnt .'dwer'forcdrn. ' JIB -I' . ID Mr |
The Common and Medium grades*of State and Weat
oro Flours were io active demand anddOo ter. lib better.
Sales 14,000 bbls at $7 86 to $7 00 for Supers; $8'ltf to
$8 C5 for Extra State; $8 76 to $9 30Jor Choice do; $9 10
to $9 60 for Snipping Round-hoop Ohio; $8 60 to $11 85
for Extra Weilern; $12 to $16 60 for Doubla Extra West
ern atidlt. Ionia. .?-... . ^ ? ??
Southern Flour was lu good demand and; buoyant.
Balfes 700 bbU nt io 15 to $l(i 26 for Supera; 1136 to
$18 DO for Fau :y and Extra.
Canada Flour waa activo and firmen Sales 600 bbls
at 8 40:to l8 00- for Common; 01 to-. $12 60! tor Good to
Rye Flour was quiet at 5 to '80 for Fice and Superfine.
i .Oom Veal waa dull and heavy at $4 for Jersey; 4 10 to
$4 20 fer Western; $4 40'fc-i' Brandywlne. ' ' . ? . . *
. 'The Wheat market was firmer for choice Spring,'-with
a moderate milling domand. Bales 64,000 bushels at
1 60 to $171 iiir l?eri'?r Spring; YtfT to $2 tor Amber
Club; 2 to $2 00 for* owJto? Wester?; 2 ?0 to $2 66 for
Prime Old do; $3 for Primo White Michigan.
'.;. Qornwi? laio-w?r,?nd more aqiivo, thora being a re.
now al of JoxpdrV basto ess., Salte 65,000 Biuhol*,' in.
cMiding'WeBtarniMlxW/at 78 to BfJK.-ln store aoffiSdoat.
?NOate1 wtiro Orm,-wlth?!ratheT more doing -'-Salea 10,000
bushel?, Including Canadian at 68 to 00c; Western st
40 to 6Vo; 8Uto at GO to_fi2c; Jersey and Southern at 66
i: Ryu waastiody.- Sales 70OO bushels T Wes tara at 78 to
80c, and State at 98o. " ' ' . . ' 1 ' ? I "
Barley wis ateady, but quiet. - ,-,.: .',,.'' -' '
Barley Malt was dull at $110 to $1 26,..-_ *
PROVISIONS.-Pork very flnu, but leis activo. Balts
6000 bbl? at $28 to $28 60 for Old Mes?; $28 76 to $29>?'
for Mew Mess; $34 60 to $25.for Old Prime. After'
'Cangot'.e eicltoowntin Nqw, Mess wa? renewed, with
salis of (000 bbls at $2? 25 to ?29 69, closing at the latter
price. ft?tIAt ??? j. '
: I/?<J was )?<? better and more active. Sales 2500 bbls
and to?, part io arrive, at l8)io to l?o tor No. 1; 20oto
2lo for Pair to Prime Btotm ; and 21c to 21,?ic tor Kettle
Rendered. 1 / n I,
Cat Meats were In demand and firm at Ile tollte
for Dry-Halted and Picklod Uhonldor?; 16c to I7>ic for
Dry-Salted and Picklod Hams, Including Sweet Picklod
?Earn* at ICtfo. M <
.Beat iBams'Wera acareo and firm? at $41 to $42. ? . .
Butter .Fas dull. We quotj Mew at 880 to 46o tor
Weat*3a?d<Oblot 4jo to ?ro',for(btote.
Cheese waa dull and nominal.
1' ISius-PoOi mea in demand at Wo to CJio; Pearls are
nominal. > ??--.
OorrE*.- There baa been more demand, aod at the
late cono^tawn?nWoe?' are firm. The sales! Inoludo 4200
bags Rio, per Clifton at Baltlmqro, on private terms ; 800
baga St. Domingo (Jaooet;, In Boston to come here, at
*TO *' SPaS b*w; ^ * bW!r HWWW ' WM **
corr?' -We have only to notlco small sales Of BalU
mEa^T^k,Gofm?lTQb,rfolio4lDg rb'port for April i?
.$M?4>?^%ptfaniar. pt&t-mQ^m Qapp?- V?ASsi
Bales 4800 baleo oasp^aud, to arrive hero aud in lioi
rsaoj(Vir>n spot Market quiet Stock, - ftlwa bales.
Gunny Big?-Salaa liOO baba, har? and In ' Boston; at
it* to lH.ijO. Market inactive. Stock, 11,689 bales..
lJln*cod^.8ales 65,000 bags, on spot and to arrive hero
end in Boston, at $3 20 to $3 06, gold. Market very
firm. Btock reduced to 13.000 bags. Saltpetre-Huios
1800 bags, hero and in Boston, at 10 to 8?c. Market
dull. Stock, 86,600 bags. Jute-Sales small. Marist
bas been rery dull, and quotations are nominal at M10
to $140, gold. Stock, ?021 bah-s. Martilla Hemp-Salea
6400 b-loB at about 10c, gold. Markot qulot, wl b a
downward tendency on account of laroo stock, which Is
31 810 bags.
HAT.-Thore is a fair inquiry at 05c for shipping, and
80 to 85o lor retail lots.
HopsvThore was rather moro demand, and we notice
tales of 40 bales at 35@40o for Inferior to Fair: 6O@(J0c
for Good to Prime, and OJo for choice Domestic, and 50
@65C for Foreign, as in quality.
HIDES-The market is quiet and unchanged. Sales
3000 Dry California, 31 lb. at 31o, currency ; WOO Monto
vldeo, 31 lb, 17c, gold: lUOU Itlo Grande, 30J? lb, at 100,
MOLABRES-There is a good Irado at very full prices.
Sales 30 hhds Porto Bico, 70@75c; 40 hhda Nouvltas at
66(37 to; 60 bhdjs Cuba at 48@60c
NAVAL STORES-Tho demand for Spirits Turpentine
continues aollve, with prints showing a further advanco
Sales 160 bbls at 00@92c for wholo lots. Ilcha also con
tinues In demand. 8?les 1000 bbls to-day at $3 37(53 60
for Common. Tar Is firm at $3 35(&3, Crudo Turpen
tine. $5. Pitch $3 60@4.
OILB-Quiet and unchanged. Linseed Oil $i 43@l 46.
l'ETiioLEUM.-The market waa quiet, and scarcely BO
firm st36>?@37cfor Crudo; 41@43o for liehned lo bond;
68(S60o for Reflncd, freo. : ?,.
RICK-In good demand and fi m at 9@9>i o.
.SOQABS,-The market was aotive and buoyant, and wo
quote fair Hefluiug at'.10.!?@10#o,'with sales of H'CC
linds and 3500 boxu?, but owing to brokers roak-ug no
report we cannot nive particulars. Beflned bugara have
advanoed J?c The following aro tbo quotations of R.
L. ft A. ?tuart : Best Crushed, 16^c; Granulated,
177ic; Ground, 16J?o; .White A, 15c; Yellow O, Ilka
STBABIMX.-Active and advancing. Sales 80,000 lbs at
18?19?4'd' - r. . ,?
T?.-We notice the >sM of 1000 slabs Malacca at 20o,
gold, which is a further declino.
TIAB -The market has been decidedly active in low
grades; Oolongs ht full prices.
I . TALLOW-Waa more aollve, and a sbado firmer; silos
130,000bbls at li .?i? li,^c
TOBACCO.-Trade I? quiet, snd prices unsettled. Sales
113 hhds Kentucky at 6>i to lee; 376 pesos Seodleaf at 6
to Bo.' : .
WHISXET-Wee doll, with small sales at $3 30 to $3 27
for State Western. !
FRBIOHTB-Were rather more activa, but at low rates.
TO Llvorpool, by sall, 8000 bnshels Corn at 3d; 30 hhds
Tobacco, 15s; and by a tea ino r, 350 ba'es Cotton at Xd;
16.000 bushole. Corn at Sd. To London, 100 hhda Tobac
co, 3 >s; and per s toa ra or, 600 boxes Bacon, 26s; 400 lbs
Rosin, 3s. The following Petroleum charter? are re
potted: A Banish brig, with 1610 bids, from Now York
to Copenhagen, for orders, ai 6s 6 J to England, or 6B to
port betwon Havro and Hamburg. A British bark, with
4000 bbls, from Philadelphia to Marseille?, st 6s 6d;
Prussian bark, with 4000 bbls, from Philadelphia to Ant
werp, at Be.
HAVANA, April 28.-Sugar market not ae firm ee last
week, owing to the unfavorable foreign news Quota
tions: whites, through, at $? 1-16 to 7j-? per loo lbs;
yellow, r-o*. IS to 20 (Dutch standard), at $4>? tod do
do;browns. Nos. 11 to 13, at $3>i to 4 do do; onou
ruchoaat ti to4,(?do.do; mutcovadoea, market firm;
eales for refining at $3,',' to 8>i ; cen trims B1 at $4y, to 6.
Shipped this week hence and from Matanzas, 63,409
boxee, 3,300 hUds, of which to New York 13,606 boxes,
3,396 hhds; Philadelphia, 3,430 boxes, 640 hhds; Balti
more, 1,607 boxes, 393 hhds. Stock In both ports, 403,
837 boxes, 17,947 hhds. 'Molasses in good demand,
prioes firm; clayed et 4 Vi to 4>; rials; muscovado at 6 to
?^riaieperFeg;"'..? ? .. .
Frrighu demand for United Stales vessels decUniog;
chartered New- ?ork bark Caprera, vlaBomi diaa, 600
hh'is sugar, $9)? per hhd; bark J, E. Weiden via Nuo
vitas, 600hhda at $10 per hhd; bark (Br.| Tania: te, 1OO0
boxes sugar a* Uri pee rot; Philadelphia, sohr Ella
HodgesOn, via Celbarlen, 400 hhda Molasses et $6 per
hhd; North of Hatteras, bark Ornne, ria Bagua, 700hhds
sugar $9 por hhd; bark (Br.) Brazlliora, via Sagua, 600
hhda. sugar at $8>i ; brig Timothy Field, via Cabarlen.
400 hhds Mo.ass a at $5>i.
Exoa ANO K8.-London at 60 days' sight at 1G<? to If ','
premium; Parla de81081, do; U. 8. Northern cities
gold do T}? to 7>i do; currency do 13J? to 14 discount. '
-Wright di Co.'o Harket Report,
Bio -PE JANEIBO, april '3, 18C6 - Exponxs.-Coffee
Sales during the' month have been limited to 113,000
bans, of which 69,500 for the United States, 89,300 for
Channel and N Enrob?. 4600 for south of Europe. 0700
for the Cape or Good Hopo, and iOOO (or the Uiver Plate.
Prices ot superior aid good qualities havo suffered
very little alteration, but those of low grades have de
clined about 300r? 9 ar. Dealers are ready sol era of
tho latter, but tho former thoy will not sell alone, obli
ging exportera to purchase lotB ' to obtain selections.
Stock is 140,000 bags, composed chiefly of ordinary
qualities. We quote : Fino superior, very scarce, 7U00O
(g>1i'800; superior 7I)40O@7|,OOO; good Itt7lll00@7||300, and
firsts 61IG00@6II600 lb ar, and lots as follows :
For tho Unit d Otates. 711000(3711300 %l ar; 61s 8d to G4s
In Bingle bags; 63s 8d to G4s lid dotiblo bags, %\ cwt f o
b. For North of Europe, 7;|30U@7i!500; 63s lid to 66s 7d
doublo bags, ex freight. For the dhu no1 or Medltcrra
ranean, CIUHWQ.7II?00 c* ar; 63s 101 to 61s 8d, single bags.
Kioh 36,\,tl. . i y,
Clearances since March 1 : Bags.
United States-Baltimore, 8980; New York, 77,868;
H. Hook, 3543; Wilmington, N. O, 1603. 91,083
europe-Channel and North, 36.051; South and
Mediterranean, 1133. 37,783
California-San Franolsco. 3,084
ELewhero- Cape Good Hope and River Plate.... 13,193
COTTON.-Sales of the month only about '.000 bales.
Last prices paid 1811500 te 10 1 per ar for St Paul's. Stock
ha* accumulated to about 7000 bales.
SUOABS -We quote Pernams 2d-? 411600 to 611000; 3ds
411400 to 411600; 4tha 411100 to 411300 perar; Someuos 3?800
to 311900; Campos, whites, 3.1000 to 3HS0O; Mascarlnho
311900 to 311300; browns 311300 to 311800.
American pitch pine deals.-Tho cargo cx-Solfcrtno,
301 doz sold at 3311503 per doz 14x3x9. American 1-iuuh
lumber, small receipts, worth 60 to 70 per foot, demand
small. American lard (Baltimore refined)-worth soo
per lb; recoipta have been 3100 kogo. Kerosene oil, ro
ll nod-49,350 gallons have arrived, former arrivals Billi
on hand; the article nominally Is worth 11800 to 111900
roi- gallon, but were it forced upon the market, not over
lil7<Xi could be obtained. / merican pitch 18|| to 1911; do
tar 1511 to 1611 per barrel. American rotin-receipts COO
Mils worth 311306 to V.I300 per ar. Wrapping paper-as
sorted 830 to 950 per ream. Popper-bUck 200 to 380
per lb. Spirits Turpentine in tins 45 i to 600 per lb, re
tail. Salt 630. to 660 per alq. Coals-Cardiff and Now
Castle steam 1711 to 1SU500 per ton. Amorlcan hame in
canvas, 450 to 48Q per-lb, nominal. Codfish-C. B. O.
2311 to 3311; boxes and barr?la 1711 to IS I per qtl. Swedish
drals 3611 to 3711 per dox 14x3x9. Teas- Sapor lor Hyson
2 1200 to 311500; or jlnary do 111800 to 2UO0O; good black
1U600 to 111800 por lb.
>ionit?rncee per Mouth Carolina ilnllroad,
, Muy 6 nuil 7.
476 bales Cotton, 30 bales Yarn, 4 cars Furniture, 4
rare Iron, li bbla Tar, and Sundries. To J H lienta. J
J Film. E Bull, H Klatto at Co, D J Jenkins, B S Han
cock, J Fraser. A Co, T S Boy ward A Son, B F Stro
hecker, H M Magwood, 0 L Gullle?ume, King A Catsl
dey, M E Huthford, Courtney, Tennent A Co, F J For
cher.W H Chafeo, o W Boolba,'G--W Williams & Co,
Baven?l St Co, H Cobla et 00. W W Smith, O B Holmes,
M Goldsmith A Son, J"B Campbell,-F O Moy, B 3 Wita
b Co, E H Badgers A Ob, Thurston A Hohnes, H I. Jef
fers A- Oo. Holmes St Stoney, Adams, Frost ft Co, J Cant
well A Co, Hunt Bros, 0 O Martindale, T Street, J B E
Moan, J M Caldwell.& Son, G H Coppock, Whitemore,
Bon A Co, P Sullivan, Cameron, Berkloy A Co.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad.
'. Moy 5. ' ,-'
> 179 bales Colton, 100 bbls Naval Stores, 107 begs B
Bice, oars Lumber, car Furnituro, baga Potatoos.^otton
Road, Mdro, Ac 'jo Soreven A Nesbit, W O Bennett A
0J, H P Fuegaa, Thurston A Holmes, W 0 Bee A do, O
W Willi arno A Co. J M Caldwell A Son, Dr P F Porcher,
Soper A Stonoy,Lee A Spencer, J Ii Dawson, O.Boeder,
Mowry A Co, Gaillard A MI nott. Dukes A Co, H Bis
choff A Co, J & J D Kirkpatrick, Gonzales, Woodward Si
00, J H Baggot*. ... i 1] ..
,'.. raioenaer?. <\.
Per steamship Emily B Souder, from New York
Cien G W (lill, B Bolder. Mrs Gardiner. Mrs II C Luuer,
and 3 children, H O Rolf, L H Church, G Purcell. Mrs
t gan, o Berlin.?!) Briggs, D Goldstein; Gen Gurney, W
D dancev, Mr Yates, end 16 la steerage.. . -1
.Tillli . oonnxOTKD WIEHLY. ?<
prura? or ins MOO?.
rutaxa or .vam auuii
Last O. 7th, ah. 33m. ovan lllrel Q. Slat, 4b. 38m. morn I
New M. 14th, 9h, &8oji morn! tfnU M. 39th, 7h. 68m. morn '
j,' j ? i,,,,,gu^-L
; : -;0!^^3?NE,V.NEWS.
'.-. U ? . .< <" ???' 'i .'I'M
' PORT OF Oil A. II I* KB TON.
... ^-..-., ^., ".M.... . .
ArrWed. Yesterday. (MAY 7
Steamship Emily B Souder, Lockwood, New York
loftFildsy, 4th Inot. Mdro. To A Gotty A Co, Adams
Kxpreae Co. Adams, Frost A Co, O D Aurons A Ob, A H '
Abribame A Bon, Austin, Anorua A Co, 0 N Avirili A
Bod? Bruns A BON H Badenhop, J H BroiUnburg/J W
Brown st Co, A' Blscho? A Co, J OBurekmyer, Bart lil.
Wirt, Bollmann Jfcoh H F Baker 2k Co. Brown A Scblr- i
mer, t> firngt, Bergmann, Me>er A Cb, H Bieohctf A,
Oo,.J B Betta, E ,B>tea A Co, W H Chifeo. OametorAl .
B*&0J: M^m?9m^m, JA Cook, A. Co, L Cph;n, 3
J Dawean A Co, K Daly, Z DivU, Edgerton A Bich?rdJi, J
W II E'sterbv.P Fogarty, B Foley, E J II Flacher, I L
Folk, Fraser A Dill. U I) Franke, D F ?'leming, H Frey
bo-g, Con?u A Co, W Guruoy, J & li GO' Usr, II Gordts
& Co, Mrs M 11 Gili?? H. ti Goldstein, Oraeser & Snillli,
J Hurknmp A Co, llofl'iiismi tt liralibsra, I E Hertz A
Co, r" Horsey, PH Usa Ward .V Hon?, J U IllIUn, Ilost'o,
Cnlhoun A Ce. J W IlnrilsonXt Son, Hugor A Basoll,
Hart A Co, Mn.it Un n GI-IIII?UKP, Thominson A Co, II
L Jeffers. Il .I?iti?i>n U JaRsr, J Jar?, A Illiug, A Dear,
T Kelly, EKIeti, M Ko-II, V Kressel, B W Kriuto, H W
KiiiHiuiiii. il Kb tu \- Co, W Kr ?man, Kit.'g A- Csssldoy,
A Larger, l> LI b-iilfaal, C L-ilneniliul, 0 LUscbgi, Len*.
n ck & Kell, G II LlttStu it, .1 H McEUioso, Mantono A
Co, C H Mo?se.V Co. 8 R Marnhull, J Marlon. Mehrtens
A Wiihltiiiiiiiii, Mu lier A: Nitnitz, T.Murphy, Melchor? A
Muller, J U & :> Muller. AI McComb A Co, J Mott, J A
Mor. au, L V Mujer, F C Mey, C H Maulo. McKay ti
Campbell, MneilUr, Williams ? Farker, A Marshall, G
A Neu [Ter, Man-hull 'ti McMillan. Mowry & Co, National
ExpnssO, D O'Neill ft Sou, B O'Neill. J F O'Neill A
Son, J OOgcmann, I, Orcutt. O A Osloiitlorff, Philips ft
McDowell, Lr 0 Prlnco, Il F Parker. Herat? & Co, J N
Robson, J Patlani, J R Read A Co, Ravoncl ft Barnwell,
Rennckor ft Glover. W Roach, J Rughclmer, E U Hod
gon A Ci), E Scott ft Co. Shaekel'urd A- Fraser. 8 C R R
Co, Stoll, Webb ft Co, 8 A DU Ullcox. J B E Sloau, O
\\8ti Co, J Staall, \V ti Smith ft Co. E B Stoddard ft Co.
G W Steffens ft Co, T Street, Strauss, Vanesa A Co, JO
Schall?. 0 Hinkler, T Tupper ft Sou. W G Trott, O
'1 efdi mann, M A Tniinlnnsou, Ufferhardt A Camp?cn, F
Von Bunton, O, Voigt. O W Williams A Co, Worner ft
DucUer, Waidltw A Carew, W G Whildcn A Co, F Woyh
muiin, Wills ti Cblsulm, C Whlttumoro, Son ft Co, 11 II
Williams. J Wiley, G 11 Walter A Bon, J Wallach, Joseph
Waiker, G A Nouffer, Order, and others.
Sehr lillie I, biuiih. Smith. New York, 6 days. Hay.
To the Mdateraud G W King.
iiahr Julia E Guinago, Wood, Rockport, Me, 8 dajs.
Dime and Hay To 1 rout A Amsbury.
IN THE OFFING.
Bark Frank Mirlon, from Now York.
From tills l?ort.
Sehr S C Evani, Hammond, New York, May 4.
l|i foi- tills Port.
Steamship Kalorama, Deakin, at Baltimore, to leave
Cleared Tor this Port.
Sehr Mary, Kirby, at Baltimore, May 4.
Tho brig Trenton, flawy or, reporto) weat to sea for
Boston, on Sunday last, has put back in cons?quence of
head winds, and come to an anchor In the Roads.
"A ?mils was on her lip-health was m ker look,
strength was in her step, and in her nando-PLAHTA
A few bottles or PLANTATION Brrrxos
Will cure Nervous Headache
" Cold Extramitlos and Feverish Ups.
" t-'our htomsch sod Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
" Nervous Affections.
. " Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain ott>r the Fyes. .
" Mental Despondency.
" ProStrafion; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Ac
Which are the evidences of .
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA. i
It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult aliments
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver.' < The biliary
secretions of the liver overflowing into tho stomach poi
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we are able.to present the moat
rema' kable euro for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the 'world baa evor produced. Within one, year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken the
PLANTATION BITTE na, and not an instance of complaint
haa come toour knowledgol
It isamdateffectual toole and agreeable stimulant,
suited to sll conditions of life..
The reports that it relio? upon mineral substances for
Us active properties, sre wholly faise. For the satis
faction of the public, and that patients may consult
their physicians, we append a Hat of its components.
CALISAYA I>AIM.-Celebrated for over two hundred
years lo tbe'freatmeot of Fever sod 'Ague, Dispepsia.
Weakness, eto It waa introduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy oi Peru, In 1640, and
afterwards ?old by the Jesuit a for the enormous price of
its oion weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Paw
ders, and vraa finally made public'by Louis XVI. King
of France. ? Humboldt makes especial reference to its
febrifuge qualities during his South American travels.
CARCARILLA BABK-For diarrhea?, eolio and diseases
ot the stomach and bo* o?s.
DAN DELIUS-For inflammation of the loins nod drop
CiiAMoiin.ii FLOWEOS-For enfeebled digestion. .
LAVENDER FLowEns-Aromatic, stimulant sod tooto
highly Invigorating lu nervous debility.- ;
WrNTKROBEEN-For ?crofula, iheumatism, eto.
ANISE-An aromatlo carminative; creating flesh,
muaole and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake
root, eto. -ML".
Another wondtrfol ingredient, of great use among
the Spanish ladles < f souili america, imparting beauty
to the complexion aud brilliancy to the mind, is yet un
known to the commcrco of tho world; and vre withhold
ita name for the present. . , . . . .
IMPORTANT CERTIFICATES, .'
RocBisTKn, N. Y , December 28, 1881.
MoBsrs. P. H. DRAKE ft Co.-I have been a great suf
ferer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had to
abandon my proferelen. About three months auo I
tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great Joy I am
now nearly a well man. I have recommended them In
several cajoB, and, SB far as I know, always with signal
benefit. I am, re pcctfully yours,
Rev. J. S. CATHOEN.
PHILADELPHIA, lOih Month, 17th Day, 1862.
RESPECTED PBIEND:-My dangbter has been muoh
beneiHti'd by the uso of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt ?end me two bottles more.
Thy friend, ASA CTJRRIN.
SiiKBMAjf HOUSE, CHICAOO, 111., 1
February 11, 18G3. J
MESSRS. P. B. DRAKE ft Co. :-Pluue sSod us another
twelve cases of your Plantation Bitters, AS a morning
appetizer, they appear to bavo superseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, Ao , GAGE A WAITE.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, which hss net heretofore boon
The public may rest assured that in no case will' the
perfectly pure standard of the PLANTATION BirTrne be
departed from. Every bottle bears the fac-limilc of pur
surnature oh a steel plais engraving, or it cannot be gen
uine. .,,, , .
.Any person'pretending to sell PLANTATION BITTKIID in
bulk or.by the.gallon, is a swindler and imposter. Botare
of refilled bottles. See that our Private' Stamp is Umru
?iii,AXED daer teery cork.. 1 ii
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers throughout
the country. ' " ?.' . * |
P. Hi DRAKE A CO., NewYorfe'
April 20 i fmvlyr
rpHB SUBSCRIBER PBBIRE8. TO RETURN HIS
X tbaaks .to his old friends and patrons for past fa*
Vors, and Infor co thom that ho bas commenced again the
above business, with rjPHQLSTiiRlNG and JOB CAR
PENTERING. Fartilhiro repaired with' neatness sud
dispatch', and OM Furniture bought and sold. .. . / ,
I would respectfully refer to the following gentleman
for capacity, and reliability 1.0. H. 8LLOOX end k5.; B,
?OWPERTHW1IT. , '
Orders left tt-the atore of MoBAT ti CAMPBELL.
Auction House Hasel street, next to the Postofilco, will
meet with prompt attontlon. - J. L. LUNSFOBD.
April li ,. ? -i; . ft , -Imo,
SOLIOITtVPATllONAGE IN THE'FOLLOWING MI>
OBANI?AL WORKS, to wit; Bepaira .Weighing
Scales) Iiettd-Presses, Printing Presses; makes aud re
pairs Hoistlig Mao bin es for Stores; makes all kinds of
Wrought and btcol Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,1
a general ' wai of BLACKSMITH WOKK> ?Isoi Wheal
wright Work In general. AROH'D MLLKISH, .
Ma>-3 luthB?mos' ' No; 4 OUmbsrlarid street.
.. ;- "/> '"'NOTICE;.1- ","'...'??
rf?H? B?JBS?RIB?B HAVING BETTjHNKti TO ?HI
.?. '.?> I ?'?' . v 0 : Ra MtWentworth-strest, '
li; at Da-vrsoit ft. OLAOBUAK'S, NO, 17 Broad-stroot .
~?entombs?T . - ? ?. 'TT /H x)l TT[ tfitt?
.', ' <A?a> f
;.... m '33.'wt^wi?B^^\?:
May,! ^ tntha?mo -
SHOES. ?So ??OTTS:;1
?. ;S??TJ:FP ' .
T> BBPEC JFTJLLT iIKFOBMB HIS FRIBHD9, AND
Xfc- thec)mmunltythat manas op?n,ed a branohfof
bnalneas is the building oorner of Ring' and. Matset
?trsets, kn wn as Adger's Big Store, whare ho has on
bato a Uria stdttrntttt of .tlADlta^iMIBSEiEr AND
O.HIIi?>}t? 8IS^OJ?B,^ ^j,,,.!,^ -i.il ni*
OraTXSMKM'B BBOS8 AND BOOTS
.I.M lil, Si
FIRE MTU? AIM.
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE
FIRE IKS?RMCB COMPM,
(ORB MILLION BTBRMNO,)
13 NOW PBSPABED TO TAKEFIBB BIBBS IN THIS
M3- L088B8 ADJUSTED AND SETTLED HEBE.
A. S* JOHNSTON, Agent,
April 0 lmo Two doors east of Moettng-st.
BUGER & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON. 8. O.
LOCOMOTIVES, KAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE 4 STATIONART ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Ao.
CHARLESTON DRUG HOUSE.
KORMKULY OF So. AB UAYNE.BTBEET,
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORE,
A FBLL 8UPPLY OF
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
i . ,:>.:'. .'?:"./ . LAMPS,**
WIIULKSALE AUK?ITH FOI?. ]f. .
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP,
AND ALL THE BELIABLB PATENT MEDICINES Of
JOSEPH A. MORGAN,
No. 153 MEETING-ST.,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BANK,
IBTUOBPORATBD VNDER "THE COM PA
NIKS' ACT, 1863."
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ?1,800,000,
IN 60,000 SHARES OF ?80 EACH.
First lean?. 30,000 Shares, and tile remainder to be is
Bnod a? moy bo required, ander the sanction of a Gen
eral Meeting. .
THE ENGLISH & AJHERI?AN BANK,
Raving opened Offices at No. 68 WALL STBEEf, NEW
ifOPK. Ja, prepared to .jail Bul* of Exchange on the
ENGLISH AND ?MEBIOAN BANK (LIMITED), Lon
?oii. and on the .ONION BANK OP LONDON; to buy
Billa of Exchange, and to lssne Commercial and Travel
srs' Credit?, available li? a? parla of the world? Cdm
morotai OrodiU leaned for use In the , .
BAST INDIES, OHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BE
UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK COBPOBATION OF
LONDON. . ' . ',, i *.
Further particular* may he aBcertalnod On application
it the Oifica, No; 68 Wall street, ,. .,
GEO. BDBOUALL WATT?j Assistant Manager.
.April 3 , . , . ?onos
LOUIS D. DBSA?SS?RE, *
BROKER & OHMISSION HERCHA NT,
FOB THE SALE ANDP?BOHASB W* ' '*
JEAL ESTATE, S?O0KS, $fc
' . . AWI/ 8AXJE OF
Cotton, Naval Stores and Produce,
OFFICES P?O. >J3 BUOAD-STItEETS
CHARLESTON, 0. 0. . ;/
March VI tuthsi? tns3mo
,. W, ??> ? ? ?- 'j' ' --J-: ? ? I.
i.V." . NOTICK.
Benora* Commission Marchant.
. i ., .1 .?... ? ! ' '? , -i
rE SUBSOUniEB HA VINO. ttBTBRNED TO TOT
Olly, will readme business as above referred to,
nd respectfully solicits the former patronage of bia
rlapds and the publio in gencraL,: .,.,:?:.,/
PartlcuUr attention will ha directed to orden extended
7 CAPITALISTS FOBPUB0HA?IBOB18ALE OP J?IR?T
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